Native American Bank names new president
Native American Bank has named a new president and chief executive officer.

David Gilman replaces interim president Donald McLean III. The bank's prior president, J.D. Cobert (Chickasaw), left earlier this year.

“Dave Gilman is a widely respected and distinguished professional in the banking industry,” said Elouise Cobell, Co-Chair of NABNA’s Board of Directors. “His 50-plus years of banking experience and extensive knowledge make him the ideal candidate to lead Native American Bank. The Board is unanimous in its decision that Dave is the right person to provide sound leadership to build on NAB’s core strengths and manage NAB through the current environment. Dave will also help NAB fulfill its mission of providing Native American and Alaskan Native individuals, corporations and governments the financial resources they need to reach economic sovereignty and self-determination.”

The bank is based in Denver, Colorado.

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